Hotel and Restaurant Management

(Jackson campus)

Certificate, Credential or
Associate of Applied Science degree

    This Associate of Applied Science degree program prepares students for mid-management positions in the hotel/restaurant industry, with emphasis on both lodging and restaurant.  Graduates are prepared for employment as assistant managers, front office managers, restaurant and dining room managers, assistant sales managers and other entry level positions preparatory to executive positions.

Hotel Management Certificate
This two semester certificate program prepares students to learn lodging management within the hospitality industry with emphases on orientation and advanced instruction in front of the house food service and front office operations.  It also includes basic food and be-verage management as this is a central profit center for property management. Gainful Employment

Hotel Management Credential
This intensive one semester credential program prepares students for front of the house service within hotel management.  Emphases include development of passion for guest services, dependability, organization, and working in a team environment.

Restaurant Management Certificate
This two semester certificate program prepares students to learn restaurant management within the hospitality industry with emphases on orientation and advanced instruction in front and back of the house food service and restaurant operations.  It also includes basic front of the house lodging management as this is an essential aspect of operation of a hotel property. Gainful Employment

Restaurant Management Credential
This intensive one semester credential program prepares students for basic food and beverage operations and restaurant management.  Emphases include development of passion for guest services, dependability, organization, and working in a team environment.

If you need more curriculum information, or updates to the curriculum, contact instructor Amy Madera, 307-733-4211.


Career Options

With this degree you can begin your career as:

  • Lodging Manager
  • Host/Hotesses
  • Caterer
  • Entrepreneur
  • First-Line Supervisors
  • Restaurant Manager
  • Concierge
  • Food Servers
  • Food Service Manager

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